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Suspenseful nature stories begin just before sunset and end just after sunrise; from Costa Rica to Indonesia to the swamps across the United States, creatures of the night battle for survival when the sun goes down.

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As night approaches, the inhabitants of the Indonesian jungle emerge in the dark sky.
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At night, creatures with special killer abilities emerge in the forests of India.
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The Costa Rican jungle plays a violent game of survival after dark.
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Monsters lurk in the murky waters of the swamp, waiting for dark to emerge and feed.
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The African savannah comes alive at night as creatures big and small compete for food.
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Few animals can survive in the Arabian Desert's endless sea of sand, exposed in the open.

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